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My name is Josh. I am a husband to Melinda; dad to Hudson, Hayden and Hanalei, and I am the pastor of a new church in Baltimore, MD.
I have a background in helping organizations communicate their message through beautiful web sites, engaging social media accounts, and multi-media. Whether that organization is a business, college, or church, I have helped them expand their reach and get their audience talking.
Up until November 2016 I was the Director of Communications at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa and hosting a daily radio program. My responsibilities included leading strategic development for CalvaryChapel.com and the associated social media platforms. I also taught extensively in college classrooms.
I also served as the interim president for Community Christian College in Redlands, CA. That was my third executive role for a college institution in the past ten years. I love serving these schools because of the significant roles that they play in the life of young adults.
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Speaker : Radio Host : Interviewer
Since 2001 I have served as a faculty member at various colleges including: Calvary Chapel Bible College, Kauai Bible College, Calvary Chapel University, The School of Worship and The School of Ministry. I have logged over 1,000 hours in the classroom and have developed 14 different courses.
In addition to classroom instruction, I was the host for Pastor's Perspective, a national radio program that fields questions about the Bible and the Christian life.
How to Rest in God During Pain and Suffering
I gave this message at a Calvary Chapel Bible College Sunday Night Chapel during the Spring 2016 semester.
Pastor's Perspective is a one hour radio program that airs around the country. We field callers question about the Bible and the Christian life. I am the host and am joined in studio by Pastor Brian Brodersen and Don Stewart. View the video archive here.
Social Media and the Church
This is a message that I gave at the Calvary Chapel Senior Pastor's Conference in 2012. I layout the philosophical reasons for why churches and pastors should consider using social media as a part of their ministry approach.